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Raymond McMorrin Live At Parker’s Mood Jazz Club

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Live Jazz in Naha (Japanese)




Raymond McMorrin will perform live jazz at Parker’s Mood Jazz Club in Naha City, Okinawa, Japan. Two shows on 22 thru 23 March 2014.


The doors open at 8:00 pm and the show starts at 9:00 pm both nights.

¥2,300 in advance

¥2,800 at the door.


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This show is recommended.




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Short Notice Event: Valentine’s Day Dinner Jazz Show


Jazz Saxophone player, Troy Black will perform a Valentine’s Day Dinner live at Porky’s III  in Awase. This marks his first appearance at the venue and it will be a chance for everyone to enjoy a full course dinner and great music with their sweetheart.

He will perform with his quintet which includes bassist Masahito “Jeff” Kurakata, guitarist, Tatsuya Kawasaki,  drummer Hiroki Namekawa and Keyboardist/Pianist Yasushi Matsumoto.

Saxophonist Troy Black and bassist “Jeff” Kurakata are both members of the Okinawa Jazz Association. This is a a very skilled group of  musicians and this event will definitely be a change of pace for Valentine’s day on Okinawa. Even though this is very short notice, please join us and spend a romantic evening with a loved one!

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Valentine's Day Show


Event: Troy Black Quintet – Valentine’s Day Dinner Show

When: (Thu) 2013.2.14
OPEN: 20: 00
Dinner: 21:00
Show: 22:00
Venue:  Live bar Porky’s III(<–Click link for Google Map

10,000 yen for two person
5,500 yen per person
※ The price includes: A full course dinner including fish, chicken and steak, drinks, service charge and consumption tax,  and elaborate live jazz.


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Pecha Kucha Night at COTONOHA

Pecha Kucha Night at COTONOHA

Discover Pecha Kucha Night at COTONOHA Artspace + Cafe on February 25, 2012.

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Pecha Kucha Night at COTONOHA

What is Pecha Kucha?

The original PechaKucha Night, called “Pecha Kucha 20×20,”  was and event that started in Tokyo, Japan in 2003 as a way for young designers to network and showcase their work in a public setting.

Since that time, it has evolved into a global celebration with events being held in over 460 cities

around the world and providing inspiration and